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1981-82 ATHENEUM 

Coastal Carolina College 

Conway, S. C. 

Connie Sims — Editor 



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Opening 4 

Activities 14 

Clubs 28 

Sports 54 

Faculty 72 

Students 96 

Supporters 125 

Closing 150 



Editor-in-Chief Connie Sims 

Business Manager Mike Snide 

Head Photographer Chad George 

Advisor Scott Johnson 

SECTION EDITORS 

Clubs Melinda Peavy 

Sports Dean Franklin 

Faculty Trish Marsh 

Students Becky Dorman 



"We've Only Just Begun" 
Copyright 1970 by Irving Music, Inc. 



Coastal Carolina University Kimbel Library 



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So Many Roads to Choose 




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We've Only Just Begun 



On Saturday, May 2, 1981, 
graduation ceremonies were 
held in Kimbel Gymnasium 
as parents, spouses, children 
and friends looked on whil 
Associate in Nursing 
Bachelor of Science 
Bachelor of Arts, and Maste 
of Education degrees wer 
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the House of Represen- 
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I.Chancelor Dr. Singleton, Ramon 
Schwartz, and USC President, Dr. 
Holderman speak at the Com- 
mencement exercises. 

2. Dr. Singleton gives Mark 
Singleton his Degree. 

3. Elma Harrelson gets her degree 
from Dr. Singleton. 

4. Members ot the 1981 graduating 
class wait in line. 



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The Fourth annual USC Spring Arts Festival was held on 
the Coastal campus. Performances were held in all areas 
of the Arts, including folk and square dancing, brass 
ensemble, drama, batik, raku pottery making, media arts, 
culinery, watercolor and oil painting, and music. A 
highlight that was not a part of the Festival was the 
appearance of William Windom in his award-winning 
portrayal of Thurber. The finale of the festival was a fun run 
in which over 100 runners participated. 

1. Rod Gragg interviews William Windom. 

2 Martha Thomas shows how to do Raku pottery 

3. The Jazz Band from USOColumbia performs at the festival 

4. Demonstrating Raku pottery firing was one of the highlights of the 
festival. 





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Wheelwright Auditorium Is Dedicated 



On Saturday, June 14, 1981, the Wheelwright 
Auditorium was dedicated. The money for 
the Auditorium came from a challenge grant 
from Mrs. Maude Kimbel as a memorial to 
her parents. After a short introduction of 
guests and a standing ovation for Mrs. 
Kimbel, a short recital was given by former 
and present faculty and students of Coastal 
Carolina College. 





1. Maude Kimbel is applauded at the 
Wheelwright dedication. 

2. The plaque to Mrs. Kimbel's parents 
is unveiled. 

3. The newest addition to the Coastal 
Campus — Wheelwright Auditorium. 



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STUDY TIME 
EXAMS, TESTS, LECTURES, PROJECTS, 

PAPERS 




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Who's Who Among American 




Colleges and Universities 




6. Archie Johnson 
Junior 
Philosophy 

7. Silvard Kool 
Senior 
Marine Science 

8. Allan Kujala 
Senior 
History 

9. Barbara Lee 
Senior 
Secondary Education 

10. Jeffrey Lee 
Senior 
Physical Education 



11. Leonardo Nakayama 
Senior 

Business 

12. Jack Purcell 
Junior 
Philosophy 

13. Linda Sellers 
Senior 

Physical Education 

14. Carolyn Smith 
Junior 
Business 

15. Cynthia Turner 
Junior 
English 



16. Patricia Wain 
Senior 
Psychology 

17. James Whisant 
Senior 

Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

18. Clifford Smith 
Junior 

Interdisciplinary 
Studies 

19. Barbara Moore 
Senior 

Music 



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ATHBNBUM 



The Atheneum Staff was organized late in the 
year. The big question was, "Is there going to 
be an Atheneum?" Well, you're looking at it! 
The Atheneum is an organization at Coastal that 
puts together a yearbook full of memories. Con- 
nie Sims, a freshman, was assigned the position 
of editor in September. From there, she 
organized a staff mainly made up of freshmen. 
Thanks to the entire staff, the Atheneum 
became a reality. The deadlines always came 
too soon, but everyone stayed up all hours of 
the night (and morning) to meet them. Much of 
the recognition goes to Scott Johnson who put 
up with a crew of inexperienced freshmen. 
Through all the hard work, there were also some 
unbelievable good times. The staff always kept 
their spirits high and their laughter rolling. The 
Atheneum Staff is a group of students who are 
always willing to work and learn from their 
mistakes. REMEMBER, WE'VE ONLY JUST 
BEGUN! 




Editor, Connie Sims, discusses ATHENEUM business on the telephone as she rests her tired feet. 




ATHENEUM advisor, Scott Johnson, takes time out to pose with a Koastal Klown. 





Chad George, head photographer, looks over the 
charts in the darkroom before he begins developing. 



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Mike Snide, business manager, looks over the Atheneum budget. 




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Photographer, Alex Negozzi, is ready to take some more 
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The Chanticleer is the informative campus newspaper that has 
been printed every other Wednesday during the past year. It reports 
the major academic and extracurricular activities that have occurred 
at Coastal Carolina College, as well as informing students of the ma- 
jor upcoming events. A highlight of the year was two Lampoon sec- 
tions and the killing of A.K. 




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Allan and Eddie converse about the Chanticleer. 




Todd McNeir and Allan Kujala put together notebooks for the Chanticleer. 




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EDITOR 



Allan Kujala 



MANAGING EDITOR 
Cynthia Turner 



NEWS EDITOR 



Eddie Owens 



SPORTS EDITOR 

Todd Mcneir 

FEATURE EDITOR 
Delphine Johnson 

ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR 

Bebe Huggins 
BUSINESS MANAGER 

Lynne Radcliffe 

CARTOONIST 

Angie Chestnut 

SALES 



The Chanticleer staff looks over the deadlines. Trish Marsh enjoys working on the Chanticleer. 



Harry Rogers 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Grady Montgomery 

Paul Dunnavent 

STAFF Susie A. Edge 

EstaHill 

Sherry Sanders 

Sheri Mincey 

Michelle Sweatt 

Michelle Godkin 

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT 

Trish Marsh 

REVIEWER 

Roger Richardson 

ADVISOR I Edgar L. Dyer III 



CHANTICLEER CREED 



'Don't let the 'trees' obscure your 

vision of the 'forest'. 

Think BIG." 



PHILOSOPHY 



". . . if it has anything to do with students, however remote, then the students 
ought to know about it." 



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The Archarios is the Coastal Carolina College literary 
magazine. It is a yearly publication and consists of poetry, 
prose, art work, and photography submitted by Coastal 
students, faculty, and staff. Entries for the magazine are 
selected by a committee of students and faculty. Tony Ed- 
wards is the editor and Sandy Jeffcott is the assistant editor. 
Dr. Tom Trout is their advisor. 





L to R Front: Tony Edwards, Dr. Tom Trout, Amy Painter, Andy Telford. L to R Back: 
Vivien Vega, Lisa Bean, Linda Creel. 




Tony Edward is busy sorting through selections. 





Tony Edwards, Sandy Jeffcott, and Donna O'Brien are hard at work on the 
Archarios. 



Sandy Jeffcott is searching through some poetry entries. 



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The History Club is organized in 
hopes of encouraging a study of 
History. It provides a forum of debate 
on current issues, with faculty and 
students taking sides. The club 
meets on a regular basis at the home 
of faculty advisor, Jim Branham. The 
History Club is planning a trip to 
Charleston. 
Officers: 
Monarch: Katie Mason 
Prime Minister: Allan Kujala 
Minister of the 
Exchequer: David Hall 



Officers, L to R: Allan Kujala, David Hall, Katie Mason and Advisor Jim Branham. 




History Club holds a meeting at the advisor's home. 



Seif Yousef speaks at a History Club meeting. 




First Row, L to R: Mr. Branham, Larry Grimm, Katie Mason, David Hall, Tony Edwards. Middle Row, L to R: Sue McDowell, Frank 
Canavan, Trish Marsh, John Doe. Back Row, L to R: Dr. Wightman, Lori Cook, Don Gamble, Leonardo Nakayama, George Cullinan, Ed- 
die Owens, Allan Kujala. 



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The Student Government Association conveys student opinion to the 
College administration. SGA is composed of the executive officers 
(President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer), all class presidents, 
two class representatives, and a representative from each recognized 
student organization. The SGA meets every Wednesday at 1:45 PM in the 
College Center. 

Officers for 1981-1982: 
President: Brian Merry 
Vice-President: Phillip Lassen 
Secretary: Todd McNeir 
Treasurer: P. C. Spivey 
Senior Class President: Allan Kujala 
Senior Class Representative: Cassandra Chestnut 
Junior Class President: Kelly Black 
Junior Class Representatives: Glenda Hucks 
Ron Cranston 

Sophomore Class President: Harry Stevens 
Sophomore Class Representative: Harry Rogers 
Freshman Class President: Eddie Zahler 
Freshman Class Representatives: Robin Crouch 
Lisa Raines 




Members of the SGA go over the agenda. 





Representatives of the clubs on campus attend 
SGA meetings. 




Officers, from L to R: P. C. Spivey, Treasurer, Todd McNeir, Secretary, Brian Merry, President, 
Phillip Lassen, Vice-President. 



Heading an SGA meeting is Brian Merry and 
Phillip Lassen. 



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Brian Merry and Dr. Squatriglia, Senior Class Officers: Allan Kujala and Brian Merry and Dr. Squatriglia, Junior Class Officers: Kelly Black and 



Cassandra Chestnut. 



Glenda Hucks. 




Brian Merry and Dr. Squatriglia, Sophomore Officers: Harry Rogers and Brian Merry and Dr. Squatriglia, Freshman Officers: Lisa Raines, Robin 
Harry Stevens. Crouch, Eddie Zahler, and Advisor Alisa Mosley. 




This SGA meeting was a real killer!!! 



P. C. Spivey reading the treasurer's report. 



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The Campus Union is the major campus organization 
which provides educational and social activities for and 
with the college community. Campus Union is composed 
of students who freely volunteer their time to produce pro- 
grams for their fellow students. 





Kevin Myers, Campus Union Coordinator, relaxes after a hard day's 
work. 




Eugene Gibson and Susie Sanders get down to business. 



Campus Union Secretary, Sharon Williams, is having a great time 
Can't you tell? 










Seated: Asst. Coordinator, Susie Sanders, Coordinator, Kevin Meyers, Secretary, Sharon Williams. 
Back Row, L to R: Scott Miller, Nancy King, Ann Sutton, Sheri Callaham, Betty Richardson, Robin 
Crouch, Lisa Raines, Bennet Turner, Steve Atkins, Michelle Sweatt. 



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Lisa Raines and Robin Crouch are thinking about the upcoming trip to 
Chicago. 

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Campus Union members work hard to promote stu- 
dent activities. 



Socializing at the Pig-Pickin. 



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Founded at Washington and Lee 
University, ODK is a leadership honor 
society in which members have 
achieved disctinction in scholarship, 
athletics, social service, religious 
studies, campus government, jour- 
nalism, media and performing arts. 
Barbara Moore is the President, 
Silvard Kool is Vice-President, 
Eugene Collins is the Faculty 
Secretary-Treasurer and Robert 
Squatriglia is the advisor. 




Front Row, L to R: Silvard Kool, Barbara Moore, Eugene Collins, Dr. Robert Squatriglia. Second Row, L to R: Michelle Godkin, Jacqueline 
Flinchum, Archie Johnson, Jimmy Soles. Third Row, L to R: David Hall, Allan Kujala, Donna Rabon, Janice Coward, Bret Cox, Kelly Black, 
Janice Tanner. Back Row, L to R: Laurie Gettings, Barbara Lee, Ann Steele, P. C. Spivey, Clifford Smith, Colleen Lohr. 



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Open for all students, 
the Cinematic Society 
(Film Club) is responsi- 
ble for showing feature 
films on campus that 
encompass all subjects. 
With Herman Spliethoff 
as President, Rudy 
Albano as Vice- 
President, Rita Fried as 
Secretary-Treasurer, 
and Bruno Gujer as Ad- 
visor, the Cinematic 
Society has presented 
such films as 
"Clockwork Orange," 
"Nosferatun" and "The 
man who fell to earth 
(flat)." 



Front, L to R: Fiorina VanDitzhuyzen, Jason Hsia, Ruta Vaskys, Kathy Sauvageau. Back, L to R: Herman 
Spliethoff, Don Gambly, Rudy Albano, Trudy Sauvageau, Flavia Grainger, and David Hall. 



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Phi Alpha Theta is an in- 
ternational society 
recognizing outstanding 
scholarship in history. The 
society was formed in 
hope of promoting history 
throughout the communi- 
ty. Projects of the society 
for the year include: an in- 
duction banquet, state 
convention in Columbus, 
and selling history notes 
for history classes offered 
at Coastal. 

Advisor: Dr. James 
Farsolas 

President: David Hall 

Vice-President: Allan 
Kujala 

Historian: Scott 
Johnson 




Front Row, L to R: Katie Mason, Jane Caldwell, David Hall, Pat Singleton. Back Row, L to R: Larry 
Grimm, Jim Branham, Scott Johnson, Dr. Charles Joyner, Dr. James Farsolas, Dr. David Carlton, John 
Vrooman, John Brogden, Dr. Bruno Gujer, Dr. Joseph Wightman. 



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The Koastal Klowns are one of the most active organiza- 
tions on the Coastal campus. The club participates in the 
Sun Fun, Can-Am, and Christmas Parades, and entertains 
at various functions throughout the year. Tom Jones is the 
faculty advisor, while Harry Rogers is the President, Beck 
Smith is the Vice-President, and Lynne Radcliffe is the 
Secretary-Treasurer. 




Some of the Koastal Klowns costume apparel. 




We're here to make you smile. 



Koastal Klowns go golfing. 




A Koastal Klown is always the center of attention. 



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Choir officers David Shelley, 
President, LaPhael Anderson, 
Vice-President, and Cassandra 
Chestnut, Secretary-Treasurer 
are assisted by Ms. Carolyn 
Cox in planning activities and 
events. In addition to providing 
choral music for campus 
events, the Choir sponsored a 
workshop with the Norman 
Luboff Choir and sang at Myrtle 
Square Mall for Christmas. 
They also help provide music at 
graduation. 



L to R, 1st Row: John Beck, Dean Franklin, Roosevelt Stackhouse, Eddie Zahler, Jim Hadley, 
Gregg Goodson, Charlie Diggett, Jeff Allen, Carolyn Cox, Director. 2nd Row: Cindy Lewis, 
Kim Holt, Yvonne Hearl, Libby Floyd, Gayle Roccia, Kathy Clayton, Cassandra Chestnut, Don- 
na Fay Elliot, Sally Purcell, Vivien Vega, Lynn Dennis, Denise Bostic, Camille Scott, Catherine 
Lewis, Donna Collins, Sharon Prince. 3rd Row: Leslie Ott, Jim Lewis, Jeff Zachary, Barry 
Myers, Jimmy Sherman, Sean Casey, Johnie Johnson, Kevin Ferguson, Charlene Johnson, 
Jennifer Edwards. 



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Coming from the Choir, the 
Choral Ensemble is a select 
group of singers who are more 
mobile and participate more 
often in outings before .the 
public. Catherine Lewis is the 
President, Jennifer Cononico is 
the Vice-President, and Lane 
Martin is the Secretary- 
Treasurer. Choral Ensemble's 
SGA representative is Clifford 
Smith II. 




Kneeling, L to R: Clifford Smith, Dean Franklin, Eddie Zahler. 1st Row: Barbara Cooke, Jen- 
nifer Cononico, Kathy Clayton, Libby Floyd, Vivien Vega, Cindy Lewis, Yvonne Hearl. 2nd 
Row: Donna Elliot, Kim Holt, Leslie Ott, Johnie Johnson, Jimmy Sherman, Gregg Goodson, 
Ford Sanders, Carolyn Cox. 



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BUSIMEISS OluUB 







The Business Club seeks to meet its objectives of promoting in- 
terest in Business and providing means for increased knowledge 
about the real work world through its participation in community and 
campus activities. This year's activities included a Christmas Party 
for underprivileged children, a car-stop for fund-raising, a car wash, 
providing refreshments for CINO day and the Honors Convocation. 
Officers for the year are: P. C. Spivey, President; Vice-President of 
Projects, David Hall; Vice-President of Publicity, Michelle Godkin; 
and Secretary-Treasurer, Debbie Hull. They are aided by faculty ad- 
visor, Wilbur Garland. 




Officers, L to R: David Hall, Debbie Hull, P. C. Spivey, 
Michelle Godkin. 




Front Row, L to R: Ed Lohr, Ron Cranston, David Hall, Bruce, Mark Reynolds. Middle Row, L to R: Michelle Godkin, Robin Crouch, P. C. 
Spivey, Diane McNeil, Trish Marsh, Carolyn Pate, Debbie Hull. Back Row, L to R: Dale Smith, Carolyn Smith, Jennifer Coble, Lisa Raines, 
Mr. Polen, Mr. Carr, Mr. Garland. 



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The Society of the 
Undersea World (SUW) 
encourages an apprecia- 
tion toward the marine en- 
vironment and expands 
scientific inquiry into the 
secrets of the sea Faculty 
Advisor is Dr. Nelson. 
President — Silvard Kool, 
Vice-President — 
Jeanette Galbraith, 
Secretary — Vicky 
Polasky, and Treasurer — 
Bob Steele. 



Front Row, L to R: Bob Steele, Silvard Kool, Vicky Polasky. Back Row, L to R: Dr. Douglas Nelson, 
Brian Merry, Rudy Albano, Herman Spliethoff. 



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Billy Hurston, President; Kenny Tomko, Vice-President; Kathy Rion, 
Secretary-Treasurer; and Wilbur Garland, advisor, strive to make strikes and 
avoid gutter balls. The purpose of the Bowling Club is to organize a college 
bowling league and compete in intercollegiate matches. In order to provide 
necessary funds, bake sales, a car wash and a bowling ball raffle were held. 




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The purpose of the Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity is 
to promote the principles of virtue, diligence and brotherly 
love. The fraternity made its mark on the campus through 
such activities as the Toga Party, participation in softball 
and flag football, 3rd annual SNAKE'N, Founder's Day 
Banquet, Christmas Party, Fall and Spring Rushes, 
basketball marathon, and the senior banquet. 



Officers for 1981-82: President: Bob Greer 
Vice-President: Billy Jennings 
Correspondence: Zack Shepard 
Recorder: Walter Conner 
Treasurer: Bryan Schild 
Advisor: Mr. Jim Eason 




L to Ft, 1st Row: Travis Ford III, Walter Connors, Mike Rodgers, Scott Hill. 2nd Row: 
William Mullikin, Keith Anderson, Joey McCullough, Eugene Gibson, Steve Fogner, 
George Overby, Norm Evans, James Pack. 3rd Row: Gary James, Steve Brakefield, 
Charlie Bunten, Billy Jennings, Robert Greer, Simon Spain. Back Row: Foster 
Fowler, Greg Dink, Tony Ivey, Kent Merrill. 



Students find a good way to release anger. 




Sig Ep's annual car smash. 



Walter Conners, and George Overby recruiting new members dur- 
ing Rush Week. 



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The Pep Band was formed to provide entertain- 
ment at basketball games, and to allow the musi- 
cians at Coastal an opportunity to be in a perform- 
ing group. Marsh Myers is the advisor and Amy 
Painter is the Assistant Conductor. 



The Jazz Band is composed of students and 
faculty from Coastal as well as other area musi- 
cians. The band has its debut in the performance 
of "Hello, Dolly." 




Front Row, L to R: Amy Painter, Paul Garrett, Eddie Jenkinson, Denise Hodges. Second Row: Paul Ward, Wally Holtzhauser, 
James Richardson, Ed McNew, John Hanna. Third Row: Tim Christenbury, Don Mack, Steve Elman, Marsh Meyers, Director. 




The Pep Band entertains the crowd during halftime. 



Paul Ward checks out a new piece. 



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The Surfing Club promotes leisure surfing for the 
Coastal community, as well as competing in intercollegiate 
surfing matches. The club is open to all students in- 
terested in the art of surfing. Officers for the year include: 
President: Dana Marsh 
Vice-President: Charlies Thompson 
Secretary: Margaret Weaver 
Treasurer: Ann Ludemann 
Advisor: Dr. Bruno Gujer 



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Front Row, L. to R: Karen Mercer, Dixie James, Lisa Ventura, Teresa Knowles, Pat Loornis, Patty 
Meeks. Back Row: Phylis Whatford, Ellen Grimsley, Beth Causey, Butch Biggers, Teresa Tyler, Doris 
Floyd, Cheri Davis, Connie Williams. 



As a professional 
association, the purpose 
of the Student Nurse's 
Association is to aid in the 
development of the whole 
person, and the nurses 
responsibility for the 
health care of people in all 
walks of life. The Student 
Nurses Association 
achieved this goal through 
such projects as holding 
parties for preschool 
children, working with the 
Conway Shelter Home, 
and attending workshops 
which keep them abreast 
of modern developments 
in medicine. 

Officers for 1981-82: 
President: Patti Meeks 
Vice-Pres.: Butch Biggers 
Secretary: Pat Loomis 
Treasurer: Beth Causey 



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The purpose of the 
Origen Society is to pro- 
vide fellowship for 
students interested in 
religious studies as an 
academic discipline. The 
society also provides op- 
portunity for interested 
students and faculty to 
share scholarship and 
fellowship. The Chairman 
is Tony Calhoun and Dr. 
Robert Robinson is the 
advisor. 




Front Row, L to R: Cassacdra Chestnut, Marty Kyzer, Robert Kadison, Bennie Allen, Robin 
Crouch. Back Row: Donna O'Brien, Jack Purcell, Doug Dorman, Dee Bedwell, Archie Johnson, 
Preston Floyd. 



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kFRO- AMERICAN SOCIBTT 



The Afro-American Society strives to promote 
awareness of Black heritage and the role it plays in society 
today. The club works toward unity among Blacks and 
understanding among all people. 

Under the leadership of club president Gerald Shubrick, 
the organization sponsors an awards banquet for service 
and the south Carolina Black Leadership program. 
Faculty Advisor: Stu Strothers 
President: Gerald Shubrick 
Vice President: Rita Bellamy 
Secretary: Hazel Pyatt 
Treasurer: Fred Davis 




Fred Davis figures out the budget. 




Left to Right, Sitting: Ann Johnson, Mike Hopkins, Tony Whilfington. Row 1: Rena Giles, Lisa Woodberry, Lisa Rhue. Row 2: 
Howard Brown, Doris Palmly, Andree Thompson, Clara Lance, Elmore Long, Ellis Chestnut. Row 3: Millicent Hickman, 
Denise Bostick, Chalene Johnson, Rita Bellamy, Tamir Mubarak, Felicia Grey, Julie Miller. Row 4: James Ewards, Jenifer 
Laws, Gwendolyn Blair, Connie McCray, Gerald Shubrick, Harold Johnson, Johnathon Dravton. 



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Phi Sigma Tau encourages 
the pursuit of philosophical 
scholarship and tries to show 
philosophical applications to 
all disciplines. The fraternity 
has sponsored the Deanie 
Weenie Roast, A Jean Paul 
Sartre Symposium, and a 
yuletide Symposium. Jack 
Purcell is the President, Ar- 
chie Johnson is Vice- 
President, Tehrie Barry is 
Secretary-Treasurer, and Dr. 
Robert N. Robinson is the 
Advisor. 



Front Row — Sitting, L to R: Jack Purcell, Tehri Berry, Archie Johnson. Back Row: Donna 
O'Brien, Linda Creel, Meg Babb, Claudia Cleary, Preston Floyd, Dr. Robert Robinson, David 
Wilkie, Tony Edwards. 



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Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity. Its purpose is 
to develop leadership, promote friendship, and provide service 
for both the school and the community. This year's officers are: 
Ted Deloach, President; Harry Stevens, Vice-President; Jim 
Pack, Secretary-Treasurer; and Steve Nagle, Advisor. 




Front Row, L to R: Jim Pack, Chris Jones, Jim Bindner, Harry Stevens, Ted DeLoach, President. Second Row: Kim Lyles, Harry 
Rogers, Bob Steele, Tim Jones, Dr. Robert Squatriqlia. Back Row: Andrew Nagle, Steve Nagle, Linwood Wiggins, Terry Barnett, 
Andrew Hendrick. 



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Coastal Beauties Compete for Homecoming 



On February 6, 1982, Sherri Estridge 
was crowned Miss Homecoming 1982. 
Robin Todt crowned the new queen. She 
was sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




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Kelly 
Black 



Trish 
Marsh 



Sherri 
Callaham 



Sue 
McDowell 



Dawn 
Shelley 




Left to Right: Janice White — 3rd place, Sherri Callaham — 2nd place, Lisa Rhue — 1st place, and 
Sherri Estridge — 1982 Miss Homecoming. 




Martha 
Metts 



Helene 
Piel 



Sudona 
Pridgen 



Sonja 
Thomas 



Margaret 
Weaver 



Sabrina 
Rhinehart 




Janis 
White 




The Upstage Company is the Coastal 
Carolina drama club. The club provides the 
organized experience of theatrical ensemble 
for those involved and offers theatrical enter- 
tainment for the community. "Hello Dolly" 
and "Lion in Winter" were two of the plays 
done during the fall semester. 




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one of the oldest at 
Coastal Carolina College. 
Some of the activities that 
the club has sponsored 
have been the Welcome 
Party, a Halloween Get- 
Together, Octoberfest 
dinner, soccer match 
against the campus soc- 
cer team, and an interna- 
tional Coffee House at the 
Spring Arts Festival. 

Officers for 1981-82: 
President: Leonardo 
Nakayama 

Vice-President: Silvard 
Kool 

Secretary-Treasurer: 
Karen Green 
Advisors: Dr. Bruno Gujer 

and 

Dr. John 

Eberwein 




Front Row, L to R: Aurora Olivieri, Janice Williams, Sue Bennett, Ricardo Cerda, Jennifer Albiniak, 
Leonardo Nakayama, Florien van Ditzhuyzen, Karen Roberts, Jason Hsia. Back Row, L to R: Khaled El 
Miniawi, Robyn Smith, Vivian Vega, Silvard Kool, Seif Fahmy Youssef, Peter Danquah, Paul Kenny, 
Rudy Albano, Herman Spliethoff, and Mark Hollihan. 



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Cheerleaders Support Chants 




Left to Right: Sabrina Rhinehart, Kim Sanderson, Donna Haydon, Michelle Loftus, Rita Bellamy, Angel Brewer, Susan Tomko, and Lisa Grubb 

Captain. 




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Through Victories and Defeats 












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Coastal Baseball Players Practice 








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Women's Tennis Team Prepares 

for Big Season 




Standing, Left to Right: Wendye Turner, Dawn Shelley, Jenny Messimer, and Coach — Dr. Richard Dame. Squatting, L to R: Robin Todt and 
Lisa Cleary. 




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IN MEMORIAM 
HOWARD L. BROWN 

We are all grieved that 

Howard has gone away 
For we wanted him to 

live and stay 
With us in his life 

where he spread his joy everywhere 
Because we never showed him 

how much we really did care 
Howard did nothing but please 

all of us in his special way 
He was not just friendly, but all of these — 

joyful, kind, loving, and sweet 

He was a delightful person to meet! 
We will miss his big smile, 

his kind face 
But we can all be certain 

he went to a beautiful, peaceful place 
Where life is so wonderful 

that no one can imagine 
How happy and content he is 

for Howard's death is not his end. 



Mickey Loftus 




Men's Tennis Team "Net" Big Season 




L to R: Richard Pilosof, Earl Asmifnov, Jeff Cooper, Khalid Miniawi, Mauricio Moreno, Max Davis, Lester Herbert, Eddie 
Williams, Sujit Fernando, Seif Fahmy, Robb Bennyworth, and Kevin Connelly, Coach Marshall Parker. 




Seif Fahmy concentrates as he hits the ball. 



Lester Herbert displays his form on a backhand Robb Bennyworth sets up an opponent 
volley. with his backhand. 





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Coach Marshall Parker talks to Sujit Fernando about an upcoming match. 




Mauricio Moreno is pleased with his hit. 



Khalid Miniawi hits a good strong backhand. 



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Soccer Team: Those Kickin' Chants 




Top Row, L to R: Coach John Farrely, Eric Wilson, Steve Parsomanos, Kevin Daly, Midhat Essi, Everton Spankes, Gary . 
Row, L to R: Dave Lovell, Pete Giordano, John Zegarski, Walt Mance, Rocky Wilson, and Bill Watson. 



Calvin Clunie. Bottom 



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1. Umpires take a break between action. 

2. Dave Lovell hustles while the opponent is on the defense. 

3. Calvin Clunie attempts to regain the ball for the chants. 

4. "Are you kidding?" asks John Zegarski. 

5. John Zegarski confronts opposing player for control of the ball. 

6. A Chanticleer goal is attempted by Gary Jaegar. 



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Golf Team Keeps Swinging Away 

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L to R: Dale Eglin, Bob Vick, Joe Dodson, Charles Canaday, and Karl Blackwell. 



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Volleyball: Bump, Set, 




Back Row: Natalie Baxley, Asst. Coach — Joye Threadgill, Kim Williamson, Martha Metts, Kathy Rowland, Johanna Watson, Kathy Roof. 
Front Row: Jenny Dowling, Lisa Huggins, Sue Herman — co-captain, Melissa Campbell, Linda Sellers — co-captain, Cathy O'neill, Kim 
Jacobs, Coach — Violet Meade. 




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Linda sets, while Martha and Jenny get ready 
to spike. 




Sue Herman bumps the ball. 



Kathy Rowland jumps high to spike the ball. 



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Before the Rising Sun We Fly, 
So Many Roads to Choose. 

































Horry County Higher Education Commission 




Seated, I to r: John K. Massey, J. C. Hipp, George N. Magrath, Edward M. Singleton, S. George Lovell, Donald A. Moore. Standing, I to 
r: Keith Blanton, George D. Singleton, Jr., Bertis Floyd, Mildred H. Allen, Edward M. Henry, Hubert G. Gibson, Ernest F. Southern. Not 
pictured: Eugene H. Charmichael, John W. Dawsey, Sumter L. Langston, H. Otis Stogner, E. Craig Wall, Jr. 



Chancellor's 
Office 



Dr. Edward M. Singleton is the chief Administrative 
Officer of the College. He serves as the Chancellor 
and Director of Coastal Carolina College. 



Chancellor Edward M. Singleton 



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Mildred H. Allen 
Administrative Assistant 



Brenda Cox 
Secretary 




John O'Dougherty 
Alumni Affairs 



Robert Elvington 
Conference Center Manager 






Sandra Shelley 
Switchboard 




Rod Gragg 

Public Information Officer 





Sherry Gould 
Secretary 




Gwen Turner 
Secretary 





William J. Bkxley 
AssociateluTincellop"' 



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Academic Affairs 




Steve Nagle 

Assistant Vice-Chancellor 




Glenda Sweet 

Coordinator of Academic Counseling 




Patricia Rogers 
Associate Vice-Chancellor 



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Dr. Roy Talbert 
Vice-Chancellor 




Linda Ford 
Secretary 



Clara Rogers 
Secretary 



Business 
Office 





Stella Beverly 
Administrative Assistant 





Sherrel Richardson 
Accountant 




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F. Mack Sarvis 

Director of Instructional Media Services 



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Photography 



David Parker 
Audio 



Instructional 

Media 

Services 





Ester Edwards 
Secretary 




Learning Resources 
Center 




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Admissions 




Sue Gerrald 
Admissions Counselor 




Cenita Bellamy 





Marsh Myers 

Director of Admissions and Registrar 




Mary Bennett 




Linda Carmichael 




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Development 

Division 



Dr. Robert W. Squatriglia 
Associate Chancellor 




Pat Singleton 
Student Activities 





Dr. Elizabeth K. Puskar 
Counseling Center 




Alisa Mosely 

Career Development and Placement 




Sarah MacDonald 
Financial Aid Counselor 




Jan Breitenbach 
Dean's Secretary 




Debbie Citrano 
Student Activities 




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Kimbel 
Library 



Diana L Smith 
Librarian 




Kay Alford 
Secretary 



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Edna Bellamy 
Technical Services 





Margaret Bates 
Circulation 




Paul Fowler 
Serials 





Mary Bull 
Reference 





Dr. Sally Z. Hare 
Director 




Helen R. Hood 

Graduate Regional Studies 



Continuing 
Education 

and 

Graduate 

Regional 

Studies 




Audrey L. Garland 
Continuing Education 





Bookstore 



Deborah Sanders 
Secretary 




Professional 

Food 
Management 





William Cantey 



Bill Flynn, Director 




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Ottie Chitwood 



Frances Faison 



Delores McCray 



Annie Richardson 



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Maintenance 




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Randall Cox 








Philip Massey 



Garnett Smith 



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Faculty 
and 
Staff 




Tony Albiniak 
Psychology 




Wade K. Baird 
Psychology 




Terry Barnett 
Chemistry 





James Beaty 
English 




Lance E. Bedwell 
Education 



Brenda Bellamy 
Nursing 



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Russ Bergman 
Physical Education 





Tom Boyd 
Psychology 




Gerald V. Boyles 
Business Administration 



James Branham 
History 




Richard Brunson 
Business Administration 





Sada Buck 
Nursing 




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Albert Cannon 
Mathematics 



Karen Carpenter 
Nursing 




Darcy Carr, Dean 
Business Administration 





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Larry Carr 
Physical Education 




Janice Chesson 
Sociology 



Joseph Cicero, Director 
Mathematics and Computer Science 




Claudia Cleary 
Speech and Theatre 



Eugene Collins 
Mathematics 



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Mathematics 



Cliff Coney 
Biology 




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Physical Education 





Carolyn Cox 
Music 




Raymond Curtis 
Business Administration 



Richard D'Amato 
Engineering 




Richard Dame 
Marine Science 






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William Davis 
Sociology 




M 

Veronica Davis 
English 




John B. Durrell, Dean 
Humanities 





James Eason 
Business Administration 




John Eberwein 
Chemistry 



John Farrelly 
Physical Education 




James Farsolas 
History 





Charles W. Gidney 
French 



Carl Freeman 
Biology 




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Louis H. Gilles 
Business Administration 



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Nancy Goettel 
Business Administration 





Gerald Groves 
English 





Bruno Gujer 
History 




Alvin Hall 
German 



Walt Hambrick, Director 
Health and Physical Education 



Marianna Hamilton-Fox 
Art 






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William R. Hamilton 
Music 



Andy Hendrick 
Business Administration 



Patty Sue Hickman 
Nursing 




Ann M. Hutson 
Education 





Gilbert Hunt 
Education 





Thomas E. Jones 
Theatre 




Donald Jordan 
Mathematics 



Charles Joyner 
History 



Patricia Kirkland 
Nursing 



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Richard Koesterer 
Biology 



Ronald D. Lackey 
Religion 



Bobbie Lawson 
Art 



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Robbie Lee 
Education 








Eleanor Lester 
English 





Colleen Lohr 
Biology 




Sarah Ann McDearmon 
Physical Education 



Wallace E. McNew 
Chemistry 



Violet Meade 
Physical Education 






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Donald Millus 
English 



Richard Moore, Dean 
Science 



Douglas Nelson 
Marine Science 




Ed Nichols 
Computer Science 





Joyce Parker 
English 





Marshall Parker 
Physical Education 




Richard Peterson 
Business Administration 



Joseph Pinson 
Biology 



William Michael Polen 
Business Administration 






Daniel Poore 

Business Administration 



James Rex, Dean 
Education 



Jean Roberts, Director 
Nursing 



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Robert N. Robinson 
Philosophy 




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Harry Robison 
Physics 




Roy Russell 
Philosophy 



Linda Schmidt 
Psychology 




Carol S. Schramm 
Music 



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Daniel Selwa 
Geography 



Linda Schwartz 
English 




S. Ballou Skinner 
Physics 



"has thee 





Walter Stanaland 
Computer Science 





Paul E. Stanton 
Psychology 




Stewart Strothers 
Education 



M. Faye Taylor 
Spanish 




Steve Taylor 
Physical Education 



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Martha Thomas 
Art 




Donita Thrash 
Mathematics 



Timothy J. Touzel, Acting Dean 
Education 



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Thomas Trout 
English 




Deborah Vrooman 
Mathematics 





John Vrooman, Dean 

Social and Behavioral Sciences 



Randall Wells 
English 




Steve West 
Mathematics 




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Joseph Wightman 
History 




Lester Whitley 
Biology 




Dennis Wiseman 
Education 



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William Horace Wood 
Education 





Shirley Gawler, Secretary 
Mathematics and Computer Science 




Jane Hansen, Secretary 
Social and Behavioral Sciences 



Pat Jordan, Secretary 
Nursing 




Shirell Mishoe, Secretary 
Humanities 





Barbara Prevatte, Secretary 
Health and Physical Education 




Betty K. Smith, Secretary 
Business Administration 



Pat Taylor, Secretary 
Teacher Education 



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Coastal 

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College 

A "Typical" College 









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With "Typical" Students 




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Who Do "Typical" 
Things 




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In "Typical" Places 





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A Typical Christmas at Coastal 





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The Beach . . . 
Not a Typical Place, But a Place of 

Serenity, 

Tranquility, 

and Peacefulness 




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A Coastal Carolina Student is ... . 




. . . The most important person on the 
campus. Without students there would 
be no need for the institution. 

. . . Not a cold enrollment statistic but a flesh 
and blood human being with feelings 
and emotions like our own. 

... Not someone to be tolerated so that we 
can do our thing. They are our thing. 

. . . Not dependent on us. Rather, we are 
dependent on them. 

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. . .' Not an interruption of our work, but 
the purpose of it. We are not doing 
them a favor by seeing them. They 
are doing us a favor by giving us the 
opportunity to do so. 



USC — Coastal Carolina 

Student Development Division 1979 






Elaine Aiken 
Tehri Barry 



Betty Benton 
Garry Blakeley 



Lisa Burroughs 
Terry Clark 
Charles Collins 
Joyce Collins 



Victoria Collins 
Susan Cook 
Wanda Cooke 
Linda Creel 



Fred Davis 
Michael Davis 
Terrell DeLoach 
David Denton 




SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS 



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Miriam Dickson 
Carolyn Dimery 
Linda Dix 
Felicia Dudley 



Tony Edwards 



Maria Ferranti 



Valerie Fortner 
Candace Foster 
David Hall 
John Hennley 



Donna Johnson 
Lorraine Holmes 
Glenda Hucks 
Fran Johnson 



SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS 



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Tina Milliken 
Janet Michau 
Melinda Merry 
Brian Merry 



Hatti McNeil 
Dianne McNeil 
Alison Martin 
Betzaida Maldonado 



Lewis Edwards 
Robert Kadison 
Charles Nofal 
Mary Neal 



Leonardo Nakayana 
Derek Myers 



Barbara Moore 
Teresa Jordon 




SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS 



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Sandra Owens 
James Pack 
Stevens Podraza 
Johnny Roberson 



Linda Sellers 
John Shaw 
Dawn Shelley 
Carolyn Smith 



Cindy Smith 
Tonya Spires 
P. C. Spivey 
Jamie Stephenson 



Sue Stroud 
Sharon Ward 
Moe Wells 
James Whisnant 



Mignon White 
Carol Williams 
Allan Kujala 
Sue Herman 



SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS 



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Underclassmen 



Dannie Alexander 
Jennifer Albiniak 



Bennie Allen 
Joan Allen 



Vanessa Alston 
Allen Altman 



Stephen Altman 
David Anderson 
Stephen Anderson 
Marcie Armfield 
Donna Arnette 



Lynne Avin 
Steven Avinger 
Earl Azimov 
Daniel Alford 
William Barker 



David Barton 
John Beale 
Brent Beeker 
Dee Ann Bedwell 
Karen Benford 



Susan Bennett 
Tina Bergman 
Butch Biggers 
Kelly Black 
Linda Boone 




UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Stephen Brakefield 
Elizabeth Broome 
Cindi Brown 
Kim Brown 
Steve Brown 



Frank Bryant 
Carole Buffkin 
Pamela Butler 
Glenda Byrd 
Sherri Callgham 



Ted Campbell 



Leverne Carlisle 



Bill Carroll 



Kandy Causey 
Angela Chestnut 
Audrey Chestnut 
Kathy Clayton 
Tanya Close 



Darlene Collins 
Kevin Connolly 
Bobby Cook 
Helen Cook 



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Lori Cooke 
Lisa Cooper 
Melvin Cooper 
Juanita Cox 
Lynn Cox 



Ronald Cranston 
Robin Crouch 
Craig Cutter 
Cheri Davis 
Chris DeBock 



Michael DeBock 
Ricardo Cerda de Groote 
Charles Degget 
Don Dills 
Jacqulyn Dimery 



Charles Dogan 
Becky Dorman 
Terry Douglas 
Dixie Drew 
Alva Driggers 



Jamie Dunn 
Ellen Edwards 



Donna Elliott 
Mike Enzor 



Carol Eskridge 
Karen Evans 




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Diana Farrell 
Jay Floyd 



Scott Floyd 
Stewart Funderburk 



Chad George 
Davis Gerald 



Gary Graham 
Karen Graham 
Charles Grainger 
Felicia Gray 
Gregg Goodson 



Ronnie Gore 
Dennis Gregory 
Roger Grier 
Daniel Grinnell 
James Hadley 



Andy Hagerud 
Dana Hanser 
Linda Hardie 
Sharon Hardwick 
Pam Havelson 



Susan Harris 
Yvonne Hearl 
Michael Hemmitt 
Ed Harrington 
Jomo Harris 



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Bobby Heid 
Linda Holden 
Tracy Holland 



Kimberly Holt 
Clark Hopkins 
Tammy Howell 



Tim Hucks 
Anna Huff 
Be Be Huggins 



Robert Hughes 
llitha Kay Hunter 
Nancy Hunter 
Karen Hyman 
Kim Jackson 



Karen Jayroe 
Charlene Johnson 
Cynthia Johnson 
Emma Johnson 
Mary Johnson 



Jackie Jones 
Susan Jones 
Cathrine Jordon 
Jane Jordon 
Isabell Kearson 



Bonny Kelly 
Chris Kelly 
Gwendolyn King 
Marty Kyzer 
Kim Leckie 




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Robin Owen 
Carolyn Pate 
Nipul Patel 
Karen Phillips 



Scott Laughinghouse 
Michael Le ouch 
Keith Leister 
Jim Lewis 
John Lewis 



Geraldine Livingston 
Michelle Loftus 
Patricia Marsh 
Anthony Martin 
Buddy Martin 



Pamela McHarvey 
Carolyn McKellar 
Sabrina McLamb 
Nancy McMillan 
Glen McNeil 



Debra McNeil 
Edith Medley 



Jonathan Mitchen 
John Moorefield 



Mauricio Moreno 
Kent Morris 
Barry Myers 
Kevin Myers 
Angela Nolan 



UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Vannesse Powell 
Sudona Pridgen 



Gene Prince 
Richard Prithard 



Sarah Purcell 
Rebecca Rabon 
George Ragan 
Lisa Raines 
Susan Raspa 



Jon Reaves 
Amy Richardson 
Michael Richardson 
R. C. Richardson 
Teresa Richardson 



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Sabrina Rhinehart 
Lisa Rhue 



Jennifer Riga 
Nancy Roberts 



Harry Rogers 
Sherry Rogers 
Ron Romano 
Sherri Ross 
Andrew Rowe 




UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Frank Rutland 
Sherry Seoern 
Susie Sanders 
Gloria Schultz 
Camille Scott 



Aleecia Scroggins 
David Senter 
Charles Sessions 
Charles Shackleton 
Deborah Shelton 



Zach Shepard 
Gerald Shubrick 
Connie Sims 
Tim Singleton 
Sabrina Skipper 



Windle Skipper 
Jean Slabaugh 
Paula Smiling 
Clifford Smith 
Jeff Smith 



Michael Smith 
Michael Snide 
Teresa Snowden 
Mary Ann Sparrow 
Jennifer Squires 



Teresa Squires 
Dynna Stabler 
Patricia Stalnaker 
Roosevelt Stankhouse 
Deanna Starling 



Lee Starling 
Robert Steele 
Lora Stephens 
Richard Stiles 
Michael Stone 



UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Ninita Stone 
Woody Strickland 
Patricia Stroud 
Virginia Stuckey 
Donna Suffridge 



Michael Suggs 
Ann Sutton 
Christopher Sweerts 
Michelle Sweatt 
Karen Suggs 



Kara Tanner 
Charlie Thompson 
Phil Thompson 
Tommy Thompson 
Jon Tipton 



Mavin Todd 
Regina Tyler 
Susan Van Deusen 
James Vaught 
Crystal Vaught 



Vivien Vega 
Alton Vereen 



Reni Wade 
Patricia Walters 




UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Phillip Washington 
Teresa Watts 



Theresa Weathers 
Margaret Waver 




Phyllis Wilson 
Ann Winebarger 
Patrick Withers 
Peter Wood 
Frankie Worrell 



Thelma Wurm 
Fred Young 



Kent Young 
Eddie Zahler 



Eddie Owens 
Todd McNeir 



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P.O. BOX 173 

315 Main Street 

Conway, S.C. 29526 

Phone (803) 248-2671 or 248-2651 




GRADY MILLS 
(803) 448-7319 



Place 



MILLS OPTICIANS 

Prescriptions Filled • Lenses Duplicated 
Frames • Sunglasses • Repairs 



MYRTLE SQUARE MALL 
MYRTLE BEACH, S. C. 29577 



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opticians 
.issoci.ilion of 



BURTON'S 




1017 3rd Avenue Conway, South Carolina 

Ladies Ready-To-Wear 

248-6115 

Viola Burton, Eva Johnson, Lynn Williams 

Shop With Us 



PYA/MONARCH 
FOODSERVICE 

Conway, S.C. 

A Consolidated Foods Company — 

Responsive to Consumer Needs 



Authorized 

Dealers 

Nikon 

Canon 

Pentax 

Minolta 

Yashica 

Olympus 

Konica 

Vivitar 

Kodak 

Polaroid 



.wniiii/,,, 

s t|NSHf/V£ 

Cameras 



Cameras — Audio — Video 

34th Ave. N. Hwy. 17 

Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29577 

(803) 448-8474 

Phone and Mail Orders 

Accepted 

Trade Ins — Repairs 



Pioneer 

Sanyo 

Jensen 

J.V.C. 

Panasonic 

Sony 




LORIS, S. C. 




BERTIE GAUSE 



3890 MAIN ST. 
TEL. 357-3071 



CAROLINA 



COMPANY 




• QUALITY • SERVICE • SATISFACTION 



Authorized Dealer 

FURNITURE BY 

• Broyhill • Bassett • La-Z-Boy 

Electric Appliances by 

• General Electric • Maytag 

Also 

• Seoly Bedding • Mohawk Carpets 
Televisions & Stereos 

PHONE 



4232 BROAD ST. — LORIS, S.C. 



Complete Home 
Furnishers 



3574611 
357-3800 



Q^^ — Since 1946 — 

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HOUSEPITALITY 

CENTER 



WE FURNISH 
CONTENTMENT 



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Conway's Oldest and Finest 

Department Store With Fashions 

For the Male and Female 

In All Sizes 



Conway 
248-2227 



Myrtle Beach 
448-6051 



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Complete Line of Auto, Truck, Tractor, Parts and Accessories 
Antique Autos Bought and Sold 



EARL JORDAN AUTO PARTS, 

INC. 

Distributor in Horry County 
for Ditzler Paints 



(803) 248-2277 1607 4th Avenue 

2278 Conway, S.C. 29526 



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Industrial Supplies, Steel and Contractors 
Equipment 



COLUMBIA SUPPLY 
COMPANY 



Conway Division 
1509 Third Avenue Conway, S.C. 



Quasar — RCA — Whirlpool — Gibson — Bassett 

— Maytag 

Kitchen Aid — Jenn-Air — Amana — Litton 

Phone 248-2548 — 248-9533 

CAROLINA APPLIANCE & 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

1102 Third Avenue, Conway, S.C. 29526 
Your Appliance and Furniture Headquarters 
Who Needs and Appreciates Your Business 



Leroy Clewis 



Henry W. Jordan 



NYE'S PROFESSIONAL 
PHARMACY 

Highway 501 — Conway, S.C. 



GOLDFINCH FUNERAL 
HOME 



Service Since 1905 
HILLCREST CEMETERY 

AND 

CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM 

Perpetual Care 



Conway, S.C. 



ABERDEEN FACTORY 
OUTLETS 

2 Stores To Serve You: 

Surfside Beach 

North Myrtle Beach 

For Draperies, Priscillas, Bedspreads, 
Comforters, and Kitchen Accessories 



THE LIGHTHOUSE 

Cross Stitch — Christian Gifts 

Christian Books — Bibles 
Church Supplies — Handcrafts 

Floyd and Louise C. Goodwin 

Coastal Mall Conway, S.C. 

Phone (803) 248-9632 



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T*EOPLESo^ 



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Six Locations to Serve You 
Offices: 

501 Main Street, Conway, S.C. 29526 — Main Branch 

1701 Highmarket Street, Georgetown, S.C. 29440 

4242 Main Street, Loris, S.C. 29569 

2305 North Oak St., Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29577 

U.S. Highway 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

29582 
U.S. Highway 17 South, Surfside Beach, S.C. 29577 



"Catch That 
&*% Pepsi Spirit" 





PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 



Hwy 501 — Conway 
Ph. 365-2121 (Conway) 

448-5553 (Myrtle Beach) 





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"Where America Dances" 
Hwy. 17 North, Restaurant Row, Myrtle Beach 



Also Available for Parties, Banquets, 

or Special Occasions 

Phone: 449-3653 or 449-9434 



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Compliments 
of 



PALMETTO CHEVROLET 



Conway, S.C. 
Phone: 248-4283 



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BURROUGHS & COLLINS COMPANY 



Established 1866 



Incorporated 1895 



Conway, S.C. 29526 



GROVE MANUFACTURING CO. 

A Division of Walter Kidde & Company Inc. 
Conway, South Carolina 



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DENNIS JEWELERS 




314 Laurel Street 

and Coastal Mall 

Conway, S.C. 



Phone: 248-2541 
248-2547 



If you can dream — and not make 

dreams your master; 
If you can think and not 

make thoughts your aim; 
If you can meet with Triumph 

and Disaster 
And treat those two imposters 

just the same; 
Then my friend the sky is yours. 

Adapted from Kipling 



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Join Us at 
NORTH AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AVIATION 

ACCREDITED SCHOOL 



tzNational cTfuociation of 
\J\a at and \Jtcnnlcal <£chooLi 



FAA Approved to Teach the Private Pilot 
The Airline Transport Pilot — 
Plus Everything in Between. 



Conway-Horry County Airport 
Conway, S.C. 29526 



Hwy. 378 




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PEOPLES SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Since 1914 

• Conway 

• Loris 

• Georgetown 

• Myrtle Beach 

• North Myrtle Beach 

• Surfside 



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! 



TWO OF THE MOST 

IMPORTANTBOOKS 

YOU LL EVER NEED. 

The big one prepares 
you for the future. It's our 
savings passbook. 

The pocket- sized one 
is our check- 
book. For 
day-to-day 
matters, it's 
easier and 
safer tocarry than 
a lot of tempting cash. 

Both books are simple 
to obtain. Just stop by your 
local SCN office. 

Get ready for some 
interesting reading in the 
years ahead 

1 South Carolina National 

Member FD1C 

1518 4th Avenue 
Conway, S.C. 




AVX Ceramics Salutes 

the Students of 

USC Coastal Carolina 



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AVX Ceramics 

P O Box 867 

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 

Tel (803) 448-9411 

Telex 810 661 2252 




Congratulations 
to the new 



rofessionals 
of 1982 




from the 

Professionals 

at the 



"in every heme" 

E WORRY 



Shopper 



Pottery Road, Myrtle Beach 
293-3576 — 347-6136 



COUNTRY 
SHOE SHAK 



Myrtle Square 
Myrlte Beach, South Carolina 



Compliments of 

THE KETTLE HOUSE 

OF 

PANCAKES 

6409 North Kings Hwy. 
Myrtle Beach, S.C. 



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(professional service 



COASTAL FEDERAL 



Offices Located In: 

Myrtle Beach (3), 

Surfside, 

Socastee, 

Conway, and 

North Myrtle Beach 



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Myrtle Square Mall 
Myrtle Beach, S.C. 



Coastal Mall 
Conway, S.C. 



Big Mac 




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cheesepicklesonionsonasesameseedbun " 
Seven great ingredients, one great t.isre 

McDonald's" Big Mac. 

Stop in for one. You'll get ev 

in it except dessert. 



f McDonali 



Six McDonalds to Serve You 

5 on the Beach 

and Conway 



145 



Green Ford 

The Transportation Center. 



"THINK GREEN" 



Sales, Service, Rentals, Leasing 



Conway 248-6283 Myrtle Beach 448-2418 

3rd Ave. at Powell 



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Complete Banking Comes to Red Hill 

Free Checking for Students 

6 Convenient Offices to Serve You 
Conway: Main Office 

Main Street Branch 
Coastal Mall Branch 
Red Hill Branch 
Surfside Beach: Surfside Beach Branch 
Myrtle Beach: Northside Branch 



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The 

Conway National 

Bank 



Member FDIC 



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STANDARD 

FEDERAL 

SAVINGS & LOAN 

ASSOCIATION 



507 21st Ave. North 
Phone: 448-9458 

110 Hwy. 17 North 
Phone: 238-5613 

Member FSLIC 





The 

Sun 

News 



BANKERS TRUST 

Main Office 2501 Oak 
9th Ave. North Office 

North Kings Hwy. 61st Ave. 

South Kings Hwy. 7th Ave S. 
Member FDIC 



DIVINE'S 

SPORTS CENTER 

Clothing and Sports Equipment 

2204 N. King Hwy. 

Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

(803) 448-3334 



Compliments of: 

HORRY INDEPENDENT 

1112 3rd Avenue 
Conway, S.C. 



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In Memoriam 




Dr. Rheinhold Engelmayer 




Coastal Carolina College suffered 
a heartfelt loss this year due to the 
death of Dr. Rheinhold Engelmayer. 
He died in the People's Republic of 
China doing what he liked best, 
research and educational study. 

Dr. Engelmayer was the most in- 
fluential person in many people's 
education, including my own. His en- 
thusiasm and knowledge of his sub- 
ject somehow seemed to rub off and 
increase one's desire for outside 
learning. He was one of those rare 
teachers who was genuinely con- 
cerned with the education of his 
students, some examples being the 
many long distance field trips he led 
as well as the extensive field 
research he had directed. 



A native of Austria, Dr. Engelmayer 
came to Coastal in 1970. He earned a 
Ph.D. from Leopold Franzens Univer- 
sity in Austria, and the equivalent of a 
masters degree from the University 
of Vienna. Prior to joining the Coastal 
faculty he taught Pre-history at the 
University of Tuebingen in West Ger- 
many. He was an assistant director 
and curator of the museum of natural 
history in Vienna, Austria. Dr. 
Engelmayer also served as a field ar- 
cheologist for the United Nations in 
Egypt. 

He was the first archeologist to 
engage in long term excavation of 
pre-Columbian Indian sites in this 
area and was known for work; in ad- 
dition he was a popular speaker. 



Dr. Engelmayer had conducted ar- 
cheological and physical an- 
thropological research in Central and 
Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean 
area, the Near East, North Africa, the 
U.S., and Latin America. 

He was exceptionally well thought 
of and respected by his professional 
colleagues and students alike. The 
community will miss Dr. Engelmayer. 




Tony M. Edwards 



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We've Only Just Begun 



We've only just begun to live 
White lace and promises 
A kiss for luck 



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Andwe're on our way. 
Before the rising sun we fly, 
lany roads to choose „ 

We st^r%6t.walk|ng Tand learn to run~ 
And yes, we've ju^WDegun, 
Sharing horizons that are^ifit " 



Watching the signs along the way,' 
Talking it over just the two of us, 
Working together day to day together. 

And when the evening comes, 
We smile, so much of life ahead 
We'll find a place where 







There's room to grow, 

And yes, we've just begun to live. 

We've only just begun to live. 








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Dear Friends, 

It's an early Saturday morning and the last deadline has to be at the post office before twelve o'clock noon. I knew the 
time was coming, and sooner or later I would have to sit down and type this letter. I feel relieved that the ATHENEUM is 
finally finished but I am sad that it all had to end so quickly. Being a Freshman, I never dreamed of meeting so many new 
people. There are so many wonderful people here at Coastal who have helped me this year. 

I want to first thank ail the students who have made the ATHENEUM a reality. If not for you there would be no reason for 
a yearbook. You have all been so kind and supportive. I want to thank the entire ATHENEUM staff for a job well done. 
Thank you Trish for all your efforts and willingness. The Faculty section looks great considering it was the first section 
due. Not only were you a hard worker but your friendship will never be forgotten. Best of Luck next year, you're gonna' 
need it! Becky, thanks for all your hard work on the Student Life Section. You have got more patience for drawing little 
blocks than I ever will. Hopefully I'll be seeing you next year! Carolina, here we come! Melinda, even though you did not 
know what in the world a quad-pak was, you went all out and did a wonderful job. (That is when you weren't busy looking 
at my calendar and the men's basketball pictures!) Thanks for everything and good luck next year. Mike, I couldn't have 
chosen a better business manager, no wonder you have so much money! You will never know how much I appreciate all 
your hard work. Chad, I haven't forgotten you. Remember the endless nights in the darkroom? I'm sorry we never got our 
own darkroom. I guess things just fell through. A special thanks to Alex, Robin, Lisa, Angela, Jennifer, Teresa, and Terry. 
Teresa, thanks for all the rides. Last but not least, thank you Scott for always being there to answer all those monotonous 
questions. I couldn't have asked for a better advisor. 

Now that I'm finished sending out all my gratitudes to the staff, I must now thank some other equally important people. I 
want to thank the entire Student Development Division for all their help. Thanks, Pat, Debbie, and Jan for all your time. A 
big Thank You to Dr. Squatriglia who helped me with more than yearbook problems. You deserve a blue ribbon! Thanks 
SGA, Campus Union, ARCHARIOS, and the CHANTICLEER for giving me the opportunity to work with all of you. Thanks 
Karen for all the laughs and good times. Thanks Todd, Bill, and Eddie for all your help with pictures. The last person I 
would like to recognize is Allan Kujala. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, and THANK YOU! (Is that enough?) 

There aren't enough Thank You's to express my deepest appreciation. 

It has been a real experience getting to know you. We were so BAD! It was great having our offices next to one another. 
We'll have to do it again some day. I wish you the best of luck in everything and please try to be good! Again, let me thank 
you, the Student Body for a wonderful year! I hope you all will treasure this book for it holds 152 pages of memories that I 
will always cherish. I am proud to have been a part of Coastal Carolina College. Thank You my fellow students, friends, 
clubs, teachers, staff, and family for giving me the opportunity to share, care, love, and serve as your editor for a year 
worth remembering. 




Sincerely Yours, 



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Connie Sims 

1981-82 ATHENEUM Editor 




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